Posts tagged with "Sherlock Holmes"

Sherlock Holmes Vs Cenobites in Clive Barker-Sanctioned Hellraiser Novel

Sherlock Holmes Vs Cenobites in Clive Barker-Sanctioned Hellraiser Novel
Next year is set to witness the bloodiest and weirdest Sherlock Holmes tale ever as the Great Detective crosses over into Clive Barker’s Hellraiser universe in a bizarre new novel, Sherlock Holmes And The Servants Of Hell. Set to be published by Solaris, Sherlock Holmes And The Servants Of Hell is written by Paul Kane, a best-selling novelist also noted for being an expert on all thing Clive Barker (he’s the author of The Hellraiser Films... 

Assassin’s Creed Syndicate – Grappling Hooks, Trains and No Multiplayer!

Assassin’s Creed Syndicate – Grappling Hooks, Trains and No Multiplayer!
On Monday 11th Ubisoft revealed an exciting trailer for their forth coming instalment to the Assassin’s Creed franchise, Assassin’s Creed Syndicate. The announcement was made during a scheduled live stream from Ubisoft Quebec, titled Assassin’s Creed Syndicate World Premiere Event. Set in London on the verge of the Industrial Revolution in 1868, the game puts players in the role of twins Jacob and Evie Frye. They find themselves caught up... 

Ian McKellen joins Beauty and the Beast remake

Ian McKellen joins Beauty and the Beast remake
The latest cast member to join the cast of the upcoming, live-action remake of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast is Ian McKellen, Entertainment Weekly reports. McKellen will take on the role of the Beast’s over-anxious clock, Cogsworth. Already something of a hero in fantasy and genre cinema thanks to his key parts in the Lord of the Rings and X-Men franchises, McKellen has a huge fanbase among young movie fans and his involvement in Beauty... 

First footage for Mr Holmes, starring Ian McKellen as a retired Sherlock

First footage for Mr Holmes, starring Ian McKellen as a retired Sherlock
Miramax Films has released a clip for the upcoming crime-drama film, Mr Holmes. Previously entitled A Slight Trick of the Mind, the footage shows Ian McKellen (The Lord of the Rings, X-Men) as an elderly Sherlock walking the countryside, aided by a young boy. The two humour each other of Sherlock’s age, with his failing memory compelling him to revisit old cases. The film also stars Laura Linney as housekeeper Mrs Munro. Tranquil in a... 

Trigger Warning – Neil Gaiman Short Story Collection Due in February

Trigger Warning – Neil Gaiman Short Story Collection Due in February
A few months back, fantasy master Neil Gaiman revealed to a curious tumblr fan that he was working on a new short story collection. At the time, no further details were given aside from the book’s title, Trigger Warning: Short Fictions and Disturbances. It’s now been confirmed that the anthology will be released on Tuesday 3rd February, and will include a Doctor Who story written to commemorate the show’s 50th anniversary, a companion... 

Sherlock to Return for a Fourth Season and Special

Sherlock to Return for a Fourth Season and Special
The BBC has announced that Sherlock will be returning for a fourth, three-part series and an additional special episode, both scheduled for filming next year. Set to air on BBC 1, the pre-season special will be shot in January, and will see the famed detective “face one of his biggest mysteries yet” as he investigates why the face of his arch-enemy Moriarty has taken over television screens across the country. Speaking about the new series,... 

Paul Terry interview: The Act Of Letting Go by Cellarscape

Paul Terry interview: The Act Of Letting Go by Cellarscape
A year in the life of Paul Terry might include work on a new Cellarscape album, a major publishing project and laying down temp tracks for a British blockbuster movie. Matt Chapman caught up with him for an exclusive chat, as he launches his latest album The Act Of Letting Go.   Read More →

Sherlock Series 4 and 5 – Steven Moffat & Sue Vertue Confirm Plans

Sherlock Series 4 and 5 – Steven Moffat & Sue Vertue Confirm Plans
For all those Sherlock fans already lamenting the fact that Series 3 is almost over, this bit of good news should help cheer you up: the show’s writer and producer couple, Steven Moffat and Sue Vertue, have now officially confirmed that plans for two more series are underway. Back in March, Benedict Cumberbatch revealed that he had already been contracted for a fourth series, but until now, nothing beyond that had been promised. However, at... 

Sherlock Series 3 Episode 2 Review: The Sign of Three

Sherlock Series 3 Episode 2 Review: The Sign of Three
Somebody’s getting married. Sherlock has gotten its second episode in less than a week and it’s almost already finished its third series run. It’s sad and frustrating to realise how such a great show is always only with us for so long, but The Sign of Three is an episode all about fleeting moments and commitment and the next step. Written by all three Sherlock scribes this time around, The Sign of Three is Steven Moffat, Mark Gatiss, and Stephen... 

Sherlock Series 3 Episode 1 Review: The Empty Hearse

Sherlock Series 3 Episode 1 Review: The Empty Hearse
Sherlock lives. It only took him a couple of years to get better. Yes, after a long wait, the hugely popular BBC series is back on our screens, taking Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman on three more modern adventures inspired by the iconic Sherlock Holmes. Of course the last series left one huge question on everyone’s lips: How did Sherlock (Cumberbatch) fake his own death? It’s not exactly fighting Moriarty near a waterfall or anything,... 
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